Mark D. Rosen named Distinguished Professor of Law at Illinois Institute of Technology
Illinois Institute of Technology has appointed Mark D. Rosen to the rank of Distinguished Professor. Distinguished Professor, the highest rank awarded to faculty, recognizes preeminent achievement in scholarship and teaching. Professor Rosen's appointment becomes effective June 1, 2017.
A member of the faculty of Chicago-Kent College of Law at Illinois Institute of Technology since 1999, Professor Rosen is one of the leading constitutional law scholars in the United States. Professor Rosen's scholarly interests include constitutional law, state and local government, civil procedure, conflicts of law, election law, federal courts, and Federal Indian law.
"Mark D. Rosen is a professor of constitutional law of national renown whose scholarly contributions continue to enhance the law school's reputation," said Chicago-Kent Dean Harold J. Krent. "I am delighted that the university has recognized his creative and ambitious scholarship."
Professor Rosen has published articles in the Harvard Law Review, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, California Law Review, UCLA Law Review, Virginia Law Review, Texas Law Review, Minnesota Law Review, University of Chicago Law Review, William and Mary Law Review, Wisconsin Law Review, Chicago-Kent Law Review, Emory Law Journal, Journal of Law and Politics, Constitutional Commentary and the Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues, among others. In 2006, he won the Outstanding Scholarly Paper Award from the Association of American Law Schools for his article later published in the California Law Review.
Professor Rosen earned a B.A. in economics and political science from Yale University and a J.D. from Harvard Law School, where he was articles editor of the Harvard Law Review. From 1988 to 1991, he studied Talmudic and comparative law at Shapell's/Darche Noam in Jerusalem.
Founded in 1888, Chicago-Kent College of Law is the law school of Illinois Institute of Technology, also known as Illinois Tech, a private, technology-focused, research university offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in engineering, science, architecture, business, design, human sciences, applied technology, and law.